FALL CLEAN UP
The City has ser Monday, October 29th as the annual Fall Clean Up. Please have your leaves and yard rtakings baged and at curbside the morning of. PLease ensure that your yard material is free from other debris such as paper. glass, etc. The City will also take a modest amount of tree branches ans twigs. These should be piled neatly at curbside as well.
The City of Carlton has the following Council Seats on the November 6. 2018 Ballot.
Mayor - 2 year term
2 Council Members - 4 year term
There were 2 candidates that have filed for the Council Seats. No one has filed for Mayor.
Please consider running a "Write In" campaign if you are interested in serving the community.
Questions? Call 218-384-4229
Wednesday, November 14, 2018 @ 6:00pm
310 Chestnut Ave.
Truth in Taxation Hearing
Wednesday, December 12, 2018 @ 6:00pm
The purpose of the hearing is to discuss the 2019 Budget for the City of Carlton.
PUBLIC ALERT SYSTEM
The City of Carlton will begin using a Public Alert System. The alerts will include but not be limited to water issues, road closures, council meetings and other information that directly affect the residents of the city.
You have the choice of receiving these alerts by email, voice mail or text message. All residents and businesses that receive water/sewer bills will be included in these alerts. Please make sure we have the correct contact information.
If you are a renter in town, either residential or business, and would like to receive these alerts, you may sign up by contacting City Hall.
If you do not want to receive these alerts, you may “opt out” by contacting City Hall.
Contact City Hall at firstname.lastname@example.org or 218-384-4229.
City Fee Schedules
2017 Drinking Water Report
CHANGE OF POLLING LOCATION
The polling location for the
City of Carlton has moved to
100 4th Street (Carlton Fire Hall)
General Election - November 6, 2018
7:00 am - 8:00 pm
Check for Leaks
According to the EPA, leaks can waste more than 10,000 gallons of water every year in an average household. Checking for leaks can be an easy fix with tools and hardware that can help save money on water bills. Check for leaks in the most common offenders: toilets, faucets, showerheads, and outdoor faucets.
You can now choose to have your water/sewer bill automatically debited from your checking or savings account, please call the city office with any questions